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Workers feeling the pinch after several major downtown events are canceled

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Earlier this week, Governor Holcomb asked that events involving 250 or more be canceled or postponed after the COVID-19 outbreak.Read more

Downtown convention postponed over coronavirus concerns

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A convention scheduled for later this month in downtown Indianapolis has been postponed due to concerns about the coronavirus outbreak.Read more

Indy plays prevention against coronavirus to keep visitors coming

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The city wants to reassure visitors who are concerned about the potential spread of infections like coronavirus.Read more


David Letterman presented with Visit Indy's 'Bill McGowan Tourism Award'

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Letterman was at the Madam Walker Theater Tuesday to talk about the city's bicentennial plans. Read more

Visit Indiana highlights breweries across the state for 'The 20 IN 20'

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Visit Indiana's latest 20 IN 20 highlights Hoosier breweries.Read more

'Shine a Light' on a veteran to give them a weekend of fun for Veterans Day

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As Monument Circle gets ready to debut its multi-million-dollar light project, Visit Indy is looking for a veteran to honor in accordance with it.Read more

New Hilton-brand hotel will change Indianapolis' skyline

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The new brand, Signia Hilton, will focus on meetings and events, targeting "meeting professionals and sophisticated business travelers."Read more

New downtown hotel plans could impact FFA future in Indy

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The National FFA Convention and Expo starts on Wednesday, bringing more than 65,000 people to Indianapolis.Read more

Visit Indy weighs in on proposed panhandling ordinance

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It would ban people from camping out downtown between 6 a-m and midnight, with those truly in need taken to shelters.Read more


Developers break ground on new Bottleworks District

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It will be the single largest private development of its kind in Indiana. Friday morning dozens of city leaders joined developers as they celebrated the groundbreaking...Read more

Gen Con expects to sell-out of all badges in July

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Gen Con organizers expect to sell-out of all badge types in July. They also announced they'll stay in Indianapolis through 2022.Read more